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Rewarding Lhasa Tour

Lhasa, the capital of Tibet with more than 1, 300 years’ history, located in the heart of this holy land and recognized as the economic and cultural center of it. Famous as one of the highest cities in the world, Lhasa is surrounded by lofty mountains and companies by Lhasa River. With mysterious culture and beautiful landscape, Lhasa is the must-see in your Tibet tour.

The “City of Gods” is home to world-famous historical and cultural sites.
Our Lhasa tours will take you around the beautiful city and offer you a close encounter with mysterious Tibetan culture. In splendid Potala Palace, precious artworks will feast your eye. In sacred Jokhang Temple, pilgrims’ devoted spirits will move your heart. In busy Barkhor Street, Tibetan handicrafts and snacks will offer you a unique local atmosphere. You can watch debating monks with traditional red robes in Sera Monastery, visit beautiful white structures out of Drepung Monastery, worship Buddha with Tibetan pilgrims with prayer wheels in your hand, and kora around sacred sites while admiring colorful prayer flags. Having a tour in Lhasa means you are a part of the holy Tibetan Plateau.
To enter the land of Buddhism, you can choose to travel by train or by plane. Lhasa is connected with major cities in China with domestic flights and trains, you can choose a city as your first destination and transmit to Lhasa afterward. Besides, get to Lhasa from Nepal is also popular and convenient. Direct flights are available in Kathmandu, while we also offer overland trip between Lhasa and Kathmandu via Gyirong port.

City Tours in Lhasa‎
Ancient and famous, Lhasa city owns marvelous scenic sites. We offer city tour packages in Lhasa, this trip will take you to the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor Street. The most important landmark in Tibet, the Potala Palace, is the winter palace of the Dalai Lama, a splendid structure masterpiece, and home to delicate Buddha statues, tangkas, paintings numerous rare Buddhist artworks. A visit to Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery at the suburb of Lhasa will also in your itinerary. The accommodations with hot water and breakfast in 3-star or 4-star hotels are included in these packages.

Cultural Tours in Lhasa
If you want to have a better knowledge of the local culture and immerse yourself in Tibetan Buddhism, our cultural tour packages in Lhasa are ideal choices. Besides must-see sites, such as the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor Street, this tour will take you to other cultural sites and offer unique Tibetan atmosphere. You will pay a visit to Drak Yerpa, Sera Monastery, Norbulingka, and Drepung Monastery. Enjoy your exploration of this mysterious land and experience the lifestyle of local Tibetans. 

For sports lovers who want to explore this land in a unique way, we offer biking tours. After an amazing visit to Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, Drepung Monastery, and Sera Monastery in Lhasa, you can ride to Ganden Monastery, which is 40 kilometers east to Lhasa. The ride takes about 4 hours and you can pay a visit to the Ganden Monastery after your arrival. At the Kyi-chu Valley located 4, 500 meters above the sea level, you may have an encounter with kora pilgrims.

As the heart of Tibet, Lhasa is connected with all the travel destination in Tibet. To extend your tour in Tibet, you can join other group tours and have a view of the Mount Everest, Namtso, Moun Kailash, Yamdroktso Lake, etc, and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime journey in this marvelous plateau. You Tibet tour with us will be absolutely rewarding.


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